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Pictured for the first time: The victim gunned down at a Dublin hotel yesterday

David Byrne was gunned down by a gang of uniformed menThe man shot dead when uniformed gunmen burst into a Dublin hotel carrying ‘AK-47-style’ rifles yesterday has been named locally as David Byrne. 30 more words

Pictured for the first time: The victim gunned down at a Dublin hotel yesterday

The man shot dead when uniformed gunmen burst into a Dublin hotel carrying ‘AK-47-style’ rifles yesterday has been named locally as David Byrne.

One the alleged attackers wore a blonde wig and women’s clothes while three others wore police SWAT team uniforms as they stormed the Regency Hotel, where more than 300 people including children were waiting for a boxing match. 282 more words

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Agus Anois an Aimsir - January's Car Sales

We ran a piece earlier this week on VW’s sales in the Republic of Ireland which was such a resounding success we decided to run another today on some of the wider trends in the Irish market for 2016. 854 more words

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LOCATION, LOCUTION: Pining for her native Emerald Isle, Sheila Bugler writes crime novels with Irish connections


Columnist Lorraine Mace, aka Frances di Plino, is back with her latest interview guest.

Part of being an Irish emigrant, whether in the UK or farther afield, is a nostalgia for the homeland and its green fields and rich, dark soil—as my guest this month, crime writer… 1,790 more words

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The strange trip of U.S. U-23 back Shane O'Neill heads to England

What a weird journey it’s been for former Colorado Rapids youngster Shane O’Neill.

As long as the paperwork goes through, England is about to have another American competitor. 149 more words

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Letterkenny - Polestar Sculpture

Letterkenny in the Republic of Ireland is home to some interesting public art, including this piece which is called the Polestar. It’s a statue that stands on the Port Bridge Roundabout on the Derry Road. 91 more words

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